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ICU Registered Nurse

Company: Supplemental Health Care
Location: Cambridge
Posted on: January 25, 2023

Job Description:

Job Description:As one of the largest Healthcare jobs placement agencies in the U.S., Supplemental Health Care has been partnering with RNs for more than 30 years. We're now seeking ICU RNs for openings at a hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Our goal is to help open a range of options for our nurses so they can choose the assignments that fit their goals and lifestyle best.ICU RN Contract Details:- 13 contract with the possibility of extension- Various Shifts Available- The ICU RN will provide care for patients with life-threatening conditions or comorbidities requiring sophisticated organ support and invasive monitoring- The Critical Care nurse will work in a highly challenging environment requiring deep thinking, strong knowledge, and quick thinking to care for the highest acuity level patients- The ICU nurse will be adept at working with patients with different conditions: overdose, post-surgery, trauma, chronic illness, etc.Apply online today to learn more about these ICU RN positions and to start the placement process.Supplemental Health Care offers a wide variety of industry-leading benefits including:- Insurance: Supplemental Health Care offers a range of insurance options to provide the cover you need when you need it.- Share the Care: Take part in the most dynamic, profitable referral program in the industry with our Share the Care referral program!Requirements:- Current Massachusetts Nursing License- American Heart Association BLS- 2 years of recent relevant nursing experience

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